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Brunner, John [Kilian Houston](1934-95). "Wasted on the Young" In Galaxy Magazine. Vol. 23.4 ., 1965.
Brunner, John [Kilian Houston](1934-95). The Stone That Never Came Down. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1973.
Bryant, J. E.. “Cellular Level” In Looking Landwards: Stories Commemorating the 75th Anniversary of the Institute of Agricultural Engineers, Edited by Whates, Ian [George](b. 1959). [Weston, Eng]: NewCon Press in Association with The Institute of Agricultural Engineers, 2013.
Buckingham, James S[ilk](1786-1855). National Evils and Practical Remedies, with the Plan of a Model Town. Illustrated by Two Engravings. Accompanied by an Examination of Some Important Moral and Political Problems. London: Peter Jackson, Late Fisher, Son and Co, 1849.
Buckle, [Christopher] Richard [Sandford](1916-2001). John Innocent at Oxford. London: Chatto and Windus, 1939.
Buckman,, S[ydney] S[avory] F.G.S.(1860-1929). Arcadian Life. London: Chapman & Hall, 1891.
Bullein, William(1500-76). A Dialogue both pleasante and pietifull, wherein is a godly regimente against the fever Pestilence with a consolacion and comfort against death. Vol. Newlie. corr. London: Iohn Kingston, 1573.
Bullock, W[illiam](c. 1773-1849). Sketch of a Journey Through The Western States of North America, From New Orleans, By the Mississippi, Ohio, City of Cincinnati and Falls of Niagara, To New York, In 1827. With a Description of the New and Flourishing City of Cincinnati, By Messrs. B. Drake and E.D. Mansfield. And a Selection from Various Authors, on the Present Condition and Future Prospects of the Settlers, in the Fertile and Populous State of Ohio, Containing Information Useful to Persons Desirous of Settling in America. London: John Miller, 1827.
Bulmer, Henry Kenneth(1921-2005). The Wind of Liberty. London: Digit Books, 1962.
Bulmer, [Henry] Kenneth(1921-2005). The Doomsday Men. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1968.
Bulmer, [Henry] Kenneth(1921-2005). "There's No Business" In Nebula (Glasgow, Scot.). Vol. no. 25., 1957.
Bulmer, H[enry] K[enneth](1921-2005). “Station HR972” In Worlds of Tomorrow . Vol. 4.3 (22) ., 1967.
Bulmer, [Henry] Kenneth(1921-2005). The Secret of ZI. New York: Ace Books, 1958.
Bulmer, [Henry] Kenneth(1921-2005). The Ulcer Culture. London: Macdonald, 1969.
["E-Mails from the Future"] In Diggers & Dreamers: The Guide to Communal Living 2008/2009, Edited by Bunker, Sarah, Coates, Chris and How, Jonathan. London: Diggers and Dreamers Publications+, 2007.
Bunyan, John(1628-88). The Pilgrim's Progress From This World, to That which is to come: Delivered under the Similitude of a Dream Wherein is Discovered, The Manner of his setting out, His Dangerous Journey; And safe Arrival at the Desired Countrey. London: Nath. Ponder, 1678.
Bunyan, John(1628-88). The Holy City: Or, The New Jerusalem: Its Goodly Light, Walls, Gates, Angels, and the manner of their standing, are Expounded: Also, Her Length and Breadth, Together with the Golden-Measuring-Reed, Explained And The Glory of all unfolded. As Also, The Numerousness of its Inhabitants: And what the Tree and Water of Life are, by which they are sustained. London: Np, 1665.
Burdekin, Katharine [Penelope Cade](1896-1963). The Rebel Passion. London: Thornton Butterworth, 1929.
Burdekin, Katharine Penelope [Cade](1896-1963). The End of This Day's Business. New York: Feminist Press of the City University of New York, 1989.
Burgess, Melvin(b. 1954). The Baby and Fly Pie. London: Anderson Press, 1993.
Burgess, Melvin(b. 1954). Bloodsong#. London: Andersen Press, 2005.
Burgess, Melvin(b. 1954). Bloodtide. London: Andersen Press, 1999.
Burgess, Eric [Alexander](1912-95), and Friggens, Arthur [Henry](b. 1920). Anti-Zota. London: Robert Hale, 1973.
Burke, [John Frederick](1922-2011). Deep Freeze. London: Hamilton, 1955.
Burke, [John Frederick](1922-2011). Pursuit Through Time: A Modern Novel of Science and Imagination. London: Ward, Lock, 1956.

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